Star Product: Euler Colorline IQ

By 07 Jul 2022

100% recycled premium paper from Koehler

What does it do?
It’s a new premium digital-friendly paper that can achieve printing results, which are not different from coated paper, because of a unique surface finishing.

What is unique about it?
It’s a product made from 100% reclaimed fibres and it is certified with a Blue Angel ecolabel certificate.

Where is it manufactured?
It’s manufactured by Koehler Paper Group, Germany.

Describe the technology.
The paper has a special coating for print enhancement.

When was it launched?
It was launched In India in April 2022.

What market is it aimed at?
It’s aimed at clients looking for 100% recycled paper with good print results. It is suitable for digital printing.

What equipment does it work on?
It works well with all digital printing machines.

Any notable projects?
It has been used for Asian Paints’ office stationery. The paper has also been used to print a premium fashion catalogue. 

Any tweak to the equipment required to get the best out of the paper?
No need to tweak the equipment, it runs on standard settings.

What’s the USP?
The paper is FSC certified and also Blue Angel certified. It can be used for printed products that require high brilliance and contrast. 

How do you rank it in terms of the ‘aha’ factor?
It’s an uncoated paper made from 100% reclaimed fibres, which can match coated paper results. It feels rich because of its velvety and rough surface. It has printability on both sides and it’s available in four different thicknesses (100 gsm, 160 gsm, 250 gsm and 340 gsm) with a size of 500x700 mm.

Do you have to run the system at slower speeds?
No need to run the system at slower speeds. It can be printed the same way as any uncoated media.

How easy is it to use?
It’s a user-friendly paper.

What are the costs?
It’s economically priced.

Contact details: Jay Raj Fine Paper Co





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